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, one parachute expert shows us what went wrong. plus, amanda knox learns her fate again. and -- >> i haven't cried yet. i might cry tomorrow. >> a millionaire coach and a team no one's heard of. shocked america. >>> i'm brooke baldwin. great to be with you here on this monday. i want to begin this hour with something very special. something we don't see very often. so at any moment, at arlington national cemetery, the united states will honor ordinary citizens who have done extraordinary things. i'm talking about people who put service above themselves. they passed the test of human spirit with flying colors. who am i talking about, these four people? they will take the spotlight for these actions they took, just in the past year. they're not military. they're not police. they're not trained rescuers. these are ordinary folks who made tough decisions to do the right thing at a critical moment. people like marcos ugarte, he was 14 when he saved a 7-year-old boy, trapped in a fire. ugarte ran toward the flames, grabbed a ladder, climbed into a second floor window. >> and i punched the
. >>> amanda knox facing a court fight again. why italian prosecutors want to retry the american student once convicted of murdering her former roommate. plus -- >> you killed an innocent human life. and that i hope you die for it. >> a mother's message and an accused murderer just 15 years old facing a judge in the shooting death of her toddler. newtown residents getting calls asking them to oppose gun control. and the nra tells new york mayor michael bloomberg to butt out. this is "cnn newsroom." i'm suzanne malveaux. a 15-year-old boy accused of killing a 13-month-old baby made an appearance before a georgia judge a couple hours ago. he's the younger of two teens charged with first-degree murder in the baby's death that happened last thursday. cnn's nick valencia is outside the court in brunswick where the teen was arraigned. what is the very latest? what do we know? >> well, we're trying to figure out, suzanne, whether that 15-year-old boy will be charged as an adult. the judge in fact didn't say anything at all or address that. that 15-year-old juvenile entered the courtroom, looked back
. >>> still ahead, we're waiting for a decision on whether american amanda knox will be retried in italy on sensational murder charges. would she wind up back in jail? that's a good question. if you're a fan of the british royals, listen up. prince harry is coming to the u.s. and we have details on the trip ahead. power consumption in china, impact wool exports from new zealand, textile production in spain, and the use of medical technology in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. with investment information, risks, fees and expenses they're coming. yeah. british. later. sorry. ok...four words... scarecrow in the wind... a baboon... monkey? hot stew saturday!? ronny: hey jimmy, how happy are folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico? jimmy: happier than paul rev
-- lollipop. and one state senator told knox news, quote -- fox news, quote, we should be teaching these children what it takes to get jobs. i don't know if they are having seminars on oral sex and bondage unless they plan on becoming a porn star. maybe so. meanwhile, this event went as planned. >> isn't that adorable? first gay marriage and now we have cows and dogs hanging out together. separate but equal an will mas, separate but equal. jedediah, was this a good decision on the state to stop sponsoring sex week? >> i think so. and you left out two key features of the event. they had a poetry reading lesbian bondage expert. and they had a campus wide scavenger hunt for a golden condom. if our tax dollars are not going to support something like this, what else are they going for? i think it is interesting that somebody okayed this in the beginning. what did they think a sex week was going to look like on a college campus? use your brains, people. >> i think you are just upset that they didn't invite you to hear your lesbian poetry. i think this would be a whole other argument if y
. play. it's good for you. >>> on the case now, amanda knox, a college student acqu acquitted of killing her roommate in italy could be retried. italy's highest court will hear the case and decide whether or not it gagrees with the acquittl and the release of knox. worst outcome, knox would be retried, but she would not have to appear in court in italy. michael jackson's youngest son blanket is being asked to testify about his father's last days. in fact, lawyers for aeg live, the company accused of being liable for michael jackson's death, wants the judge to order blanket to testify. but blanket's doctors warn it would be medically detrimental to the 10-year-old boy. o he was just 6 when michael jackson passed away. lawyers questioned michael's two other children, paris and prince. jackson's attorneys say aeg behaved aggressively and erratically with the children. cnn's legal analyst sunny hostin is here and anchor of evening express ryan smith is on the case right now. we have two brothers on the couch, and one sister in the studio. >> i'll take it. i'll take it. >> so let's go to sunn
of amanda knox and the west memphis three. he is the real life inspiration for fbi agent jack crawford on silence of the lambs. joining us in the guest spot in the flesh. legendary fbi profiler, john douglas. and his new book, "law and disorder." i see what you did there is on shelves now. now that you're retired and unshackled, tell us about some of the more notorious cases that you've worked. >> well, i work cases that receive national publicity and some of the most interesting cases that never received the national publicity. the cases like from david burk wits to the ted bundy, john gacy, to a case in anchorage, alaska, to a plan hunted women down like wild animal. i was over in england on the ripper case. i was in california on the trail side killing case. the unibomber. pretty much a who's who in the types of cases that i work. >> john, i'm kind of curious. not sure exactly how to phrase this. the term would be like a successful serial killer. but somebody who actually gets away with it for a long time. somebody like that have to be of high intelligence to be able to pull it off?
the u.s. >> thank you. >>> now here's matt. >> there are new developments in the amanda knox case this morning. italy's top court is meeting to decide whether to overturn the acquittal for the killing of her roommate. >> reporter: it has been six years since this case began. seattle student amanda knox spent four years in jail, convicted of the murder and then acquitted. despite being virtually no evidence against her, they want to overturn the acquittal and try amanda knox again. and the case continues again. amanda knox and her then boyfriend raffaele sollecito, who is also convicted then acquitted of meredith kercher's murder to not have to appear in the court for the latest twist. since her release from prison in 2011. >> thank you for being there for me. >> has picked up her is studies in seattle, rebuilding her life with friends, family and a new boyfriend and a book soon to be published. prosecutors now want the court to set aside the acquittal by the appeals court can and try the case all over again. >> the only way the evidence could be characterized was absent, nonexiste
prisoners. >>> amanda knox said to be anxious as she waits to find out if she will be retried in italy for the 2007 murder of her roommate. prosecutors are appealing that acquittal from 2011, something that wouldn't be allowed in u.s. courts. the now 25-year-old was studying abroad when her roommate, meredith kercher was found stabbed to death in their apartment. we expect a decision later today. >>> also today, an autopsy is being performed to unlock the mystery of how a russian billionaire died at his british country home. the body found locked in a bathroom with a scarf next to him. he was a critic of vladimir putin, and is the third business man from the former ussr who died in the past five years under suspicious circumstances. friends say he was depressed in recent months but don't believe he would commit suicide. >>> pope francis in his first appearance at his first holy week used some home spun wisdom to encourage people to reach out to the poor. he quoted his grandmother with the adage you can't take it with you, saying there are no pockets in a shroud. he arrived in an uncove
of the state. if passed, texas would be the first state to have its own ft. knox, essentially, allow ting it to be protected by the tenth andment. if your home state could make its own protected depository for anything, what would it be and why? tweet us at squawk street and we'll get you responses in the next hour. >> in the meantime, interrupt. i believe we know why the markets have turned south. the head of the eurozone group, what we've seen in cyprus is now a template for future bailouts or bank restructurings. the market is taking that to mean there won't be losses potentially for depositor or senior bondholders who rank at the same level in the pecking order. it's really just confirming the fears that we've been talking about during the course of the last 60 minutes. >> right. >> meantime -- meantime -- >> hard to know what you're going to talk about tonight. >> i know. the markets are no in flux. we do have one strategy at citi who says the worst is yet to come when it comes to cyprus and its impact on the markets. of course, fast money madness continues. >> oh, yeah. >> so if you
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